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Published on Jun 20, 2012

America has long had a fascination with the "free spirit."

The cowboys, pioneers and explorers are nearly gone now. But their spirit remains strong within the modern day trucker. And the times have never been more right for a series that truly touches the soul of the heartland and reflects real, old-fashioned, American values of "Paying it Forward".

Salt Lake City Rigs will capture the freedom of the open road as we hit the highway with a diverse cast of long-haul and short-haul truckers, telling the on-going and often inter-woven stories of "Salt Lake City Rigs" drivers.

Each half-hour episode will be stand-alone and will focus primarily on one of our drivers with a "B" story that features one or more of the other drivers. Viewers will never have to wait more than a week to see what's happening with their favorite driver.

As we focus on a particular driver, we'll also get to know their loved ones back home, their boss, bestselling author, Bridget Cook at the trucking company and the myriad number of other characters who play a major role in the driver's life.

This Family Trucking firm, with two partners: Bridget Cook and Eric Gibbons, along with Eric's father, Hoss, have grown their company by 300% during the worst recession of the last 70 years.

They have accomplished this fete through a positive work ethic, and a moral responsibility to their employees, their clients, and to each other.

The addiction to reality programming is truly about the human spirit and how the audience connects with the individuals represented on the screen.
Not merely a bunch of people driving cross- country, Salt Lake City Rigs is a group of hard working Americans, representing the best of Middle America.

Ethical, thoughtful, and passionate; these folks speak to us from their heart; and they demonstrate that in the manner they conduct business, treat each other; and how they break the modern stereotypes by adhering to the "old laws of the road" -- respect, helping their fellow man, and devotion to the act of paying it forward.

Original Music: D.Wayne/T. Detamore Dallas Wayne Music
DW Productions


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